In addition to our extensive range of catalogue products, Hallite Service®, our quick turnaround custom machined seals department, has the ability to produce an infinite number of profiles using the latest CAD/CAM and CNC machines to produce rubber and plastic parts to the customers’ drawings or by utilizing one of the 100+ computerized profiles as individual pieces or in economical small series.

Many situations in the fluid power industry require an immediate response and rapid manufacturing and delivery for your urgent repair or prototyping needs. Whether you require a custom profile and material or customized solution of one of our standard profiles, we can ensure the highest quality product at an economical cost due to small batch, lower mold and tooling costs, and minimal manufacturing time. Instances where Hallite Service® benefits customers the most are:

  • Machinery breakdown
  • Non-standard seal dimensions
  • Prototyping
  • Discontinued spare parts
  • Material change due to non-standard or aggressive media

Hallite Service® products can be manufactured from 0.250in (6.35mm) to over 52in (1320mm) out of a wide range of application-specific specialty elastomers and high performance plastics including:

  • Polyurethane
  • NBR
  • FKM
  • EPDM
  • Silicon
  • PTFE
  • POM
  • TPE

Hallite Service® centers are located close to customers in a number of countries in Australia, Europe, North America, and China.

Submit your seal specifications and requirements online today, for a custom seal quotation.

Custom seal request

Custom engineering

While many of our parts are catalogue items, we do also offer custom engineering for sealing solutions that require a little (or a lot!) more special attention. During the intial phases of a custom engineering request, our engineering staff works with you to determine what are the challeneges unique to your application.

When assessing your application needs, our sealing engineers and technical teams valuate a number of factors, such as:

  • Media compatibility
  • Temperature
  • Pressure
  • Environment (wet or dry)
  • Continuous or cyclical loads
  • Static stress or dynamic conditions
  • Fluid compatibility

From there we decide the best seal material and design to recommend for your application.